Molecular Pathways Molecular Pathways : Tumor-DerivedMicrovesicles andTheir Interactions with Immune Cells In Vivo

@inproceedings{Pucci2013MolecularPM,
  title={Molecular Pathways Molecular Pathways : Tumor-DerivedMicrovesicles andTheir Interactions with Immune Cells In Vivo},
  author={Ferdinando Pucci and Mikael J Pittet},
  year={2013}
}
Cancer is not merely a cell-intrinsic genetic disease but also the result of complex cell-extrinsic interactions with host components, including immune cells. For example, effector T lymphocytes and natural killer cells are thought to participate in an immunosurveillance process, which eliminates neoplastic cells, whereas regulatory T lymphocytes and somemyeloid cells, includingmacrophages, can create amilieu that prevents antitumor activity, supports tumor growth, and reduces survival of the… CONTINUE READING
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